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The Biden administration wants to mail masks to everyone in the US
Democrats love to come up with ideas that cost taxpayers more money. It’s the core of their political ideology. And it looks like Joe Biden isn’t any different than the Democratic presidents that came before him.
During a recent interview, Biden’s chief of staff announced that the administration is considering sending masks to every household in the US, at taxpayers’ expense, no doubt.
“We’re going to do everything we can to make masks more available to people, to increase the supply of masks, and of course, to get people to wear those masks,” remarked Biden’s chief of staff, Ron Klain.
The Trump administration initially examined the feasibility of such a plan but decided it wasn’t worth pursuing.
The goal is to get more people to mask up during the first 100 days of Biden’s term. But right now, the Biden team has no idea how the program would be implemented or how much it would cost.
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This DoorDash driver pays it forward after encountering a random act of kindness
A Kentucky DoorDash driver paid it forward to a local homeowner this week after being inspired by their random act of kindness.
The homeowner kindly provided a bucketful of snacks on their front porch specifically for postal and delivery workers.
“I work 12 hours a day, sometimes I don’t get a break,” said DoorDash driver Brenton Swart.
Swart said he saw the bucket during a Walmart grocery delivery. He felt he needed to return the kind gesture with one of his own and decided to buy a $25 gift card for the homeowner.
“Keep on doing what you’re doing because you’ll be blessed one day,” said Swart.
If you have uplifting and heart-warming stories from your local area that exemplify everyday America, be sure to let us know. We just might include it in our next edition!
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